PLACENTIA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Computer Lab International (CLI,Inc.) the innovative leader in thin client solutions announces the release of the LT4100 zero client to their product portfolio. Using PC-over-IP technology, the LT4100 is based on the next generation Tera2 PCoIP processor from Teradici. Using host-based pixel encoding, this client optimizes network bandwidth while delivering an unparalleled user experience.
A true fit for Virtual Desktop environments, CLI’s LT4100 includes enhanced security, featuring zero client architecture without exposed API’s or application ports. An IT Administrator’s dream this secure zero client requires minimal management and maintenance. The LT4100 also delivers a superior end-user experience over 2 HD displays with high resolution and full frame rate 3D graphics. The best of both worlds, with a rich multimedia offering and easy manageability, make CLI’s LT4100 the right VDI end-point solution for any organization.
CLI will be showcasing the LT4100 on March 3 – 7, 2013 at the HIMSS 2013 annual conference and exhibition at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA. See it in action at booth 5100 to experience the outstanding performance and superior graphics capabilities. “The LT4100 is a perfect fit for any organization that is looking for a secure, low maintenance thin client that will deliver an amazing end user experience. Capable of handling even the most graphics intensive applications this client really delivers for your IT staff and end users. Come see it for yourself at HIMSS 2013,” said TC Lin, Executive Vice President of CLI.
Computer Lab International (CLI) was founded in 1981 with headquarters for Sales, Technical support and US engineering in Placentia, CA. Additional worldwide facilities include a state of the art (ISO 9002) manufacturing and engineering facility located in Taiwan as well as regional sales offices throughout the United States. CLI has been the successful market innovator, first with IBM compatible modular terminals, then the first networked text terminal supporting TCP/IP, and now the leader with Windows Based Terminals.